Passive Learning from Television

@inproceedings{KRUGMAN2002PassiveLF,
  title={Passive Learning from Television},
  author={HERBERT E. KRUGMAN and EUGENE L. HARTLEY},
  year={2002}
}
  • HERBERT E. KRUGMAN, EUGENE L. HARTLEY
  • Published 2002
Learning is generally conceived as active and purposive behavior, involv. ing motivation, practice, achievement. Here, the authors focus on "passive" learning, on what is "caught" rather than "taught," and on the processes by which such learning may take place. Passive learning is typically effortless, responsive to animated stimuli, amenable to artificial aid to relaxation, and characterized bv an absence of resistance to what is learned, thus opening up possibilities that, depending on one's… CONTINUE READING
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